Built with 8th-gen Intel processors, the XPS 13 is also the highest performance 13-inch laptop that Dell have released. Now that same claim by most other companies wouldn’t mean much – but from a company like Dell, rest assured that the updated XPS 13 will deal some serious damage.
As far as style is concern, this CES we’ve seen an all new ‘Frost’ exterior with an ‘arctic white’ palm rest. Now while I’m not one for incredibly corny thematic names, it does look kinda nice;
The latest ‘InfinityEdge’ iteration looks really sharp on both sides with a phenomenally small top bezel with thanks to the minuscule camera. The XPS 13 weighs a total of 1.22kg and is already available online and instore. Dell have told us that it’s on shelves for $2,299 which is a great price for such a beautiful laptop.
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